Bloating occurs when your intestines have an excessive amount of gas or fluid buildup between cells in your abdominal area.
Fortunately, bloating can be avoided or reduced by simply adjusting your daily diet and consuming plenty of water and other healthy fluids such as fresh or cold-pressed juices.
Many people tend to reduce their fluid intake when experiencing bloating, as they believe their body is retaining water. However, the opposite is true. When experiencing bloating, it's recommended to drink more fluids such as water and juice to prevent dehydration. Retaining fluids is the body's way of fighting dehydration, so it's crucial to drink plenty of fluids to combat bloating.
In this article, we’ll explore the juice ingredients and explain how they can ease bloating. Furthermore, we’ll share healthy, tasty recipes to make the medicine go down smoothly!
5 Juicing Recipes That Can Help With Bloating
- Cucumber Green Juice with Apple, Kale & Lemon
- Apple Ginger Lemon Juice Shot Recipe
- Aloe Vera Juice Recipe
- Watermelon Lime Juice Recipe
- Pineapple Apple Green Juice
Scroll past the recipes for a list of popular juicing ingredients that contain the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help with bloating. That list can be helpful if you're interested in coming up with your own unique recipes!
Note: Speaking of coming up with your own recipes, there's no better resource for that than The Juicing Companion.
Written by chef and juice business consultant Ari Sexner, The Juicing Companion has a page for nearly every ingredient you can think of. Each ingredient page has suggested flavor pairings, nutritional info, and recipe ideas to get you started.
It's not just a recipe book -- it's an idea book! Order your copy of The Juicing Companion here.